5–6 years old

Master writing rules and get prepared for primary school

Children can read simple stories accurately and fluently, and master the blending skills by the age of 5 to 6. They can learn about 10 new words and pronounce them accurately every day in a favourable learning environment. Equipped with basic writing skills, they can write simple messages or sentences, and apply early mathematical concepts like addition, subtraction, sorting, measuring or pattern to solve daily problems.

Storybooks that explore diffferent cultures can broaden children's horizons and stimulate their curiosity. Games or teaching materials, such as board games, also help strengthen their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and get them prepared for primary school.

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